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Nostalgic Summer Reads (Point Horror)

This summer I decided to dip into some nostalgia and revisit books from one of my favourite series’ from when I was teenager; Point Horror. Should I have left my good memories of the books in the past? 1,213 more words

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Book review: The House on Hayden Pond by Jessica Monks

Moving can be stressful at the best of times.  New houses make new noises, the groaning of pipes, the settling of wood,  the sound of footsteps… down on their luck Sam and her family accept their  cousin’s generous  offer to move into a long abandoned building owned by his late father.  95 more words

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July Favourite's!

Hi everyone! How are you? Last month I started my series of monthly favourites (HERE) and now I’m back with more! 😂 Surprisingly last month I thought there would be a shortage of things to show you as I had quite a lot of flare ups that stopped me from getting around but they in fact made me notice the things I was loving a lot more as they played equal parts in keeping my spirits up so I am delighted to show you them all! 867 more words

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Creepy Fridays: Dream Date by Sinclair Smith

Dream Date (Point Horror) by Sinclair Smith
Publisher: Scholastic
Format: ebook
Publication Date: March 7, 1993

Summary:
Katie’s worst nightmare has come true…and she’s in it.

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New Segment: Creepy Fridays!

This is a new blog segment/meme I’ve come up, which I hope to be doing every Fridays. It’s basically about teen horror released in 70s to the 90s. 1,103 more words

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Pointless Horror: Dead Goldfish Are No Fun

Hey guys, guys, you guys, let’s not think about how close my fortieth birthday is while I’m spending all this time thinking and blogging about teen horror novels written three decades ago during my first blush of youth, m’kay? 670 more words

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Pointless Horror: It's Not a Blighty One

I’ve read Cusick’s Silent Stalker more than once, and I sat down to write this review several times before I gave up entirely. I have spent the past six months… 735 more words

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